Tesco barring entry to the non-compliant; could there be a shortage of silver? Hugo TalksMon 2:37 pm Europe/London, 17 Oct 2022 8
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This might explain the gates that are appearing in some Tesco entrances in Britain.
I was quite shocked to see in addition to the entrance gates, HUGE black gates at each of the checkouts! when I was there the other day. They are enormous ! What are they anticipating? I think my days of being allowed entry are limited.
I imagine it might end up with vaccine passports or a similar proof of ankle grabbing for the State. Possibly even food rationing given what’s likely coming.
At the the very least, Tessa Cohen’s Dad knows something we’re not being made aware of.
Gates to deny access to food. Silver shortage to prevent people having access to silver to buy food. Buy silver while you can, to be able to buy essentials when you’re the one denied access.
It will never happen Tap for most out there.
How does one trade silver for goods?
I’m reasonably educated but wouldn’t know where to start.
I’ve got lots of brand new ‘goods’ still unopened in their boxes which I reckon others would like to barter for but I’m not into this silver thing.
I’m trying to understand the concept of trading silver for a meal or pint of beer but I’m flummoxed.
If you are as old as I am you have already used silver coins for transactions. Some coins of the realm used to be made with a silver alloy. Note not pure silver which is 999 ie 99.9 % silver
Nowaday silver looking coins are made of crappy base metals due to the debased currency’s face value being less than the actual value of the silver.
Food vendors on the street will accept silver before long, believe me, farmers and the like.
Today LBMA fine silver price is listed at £16:57 oz
Yet bullion to buy =1oz Silver Bars from £26.88
2023 Britannia One Ounce Silver Coin
That difference in price implies a shortage of supply or that the LBMA price is rigged or both.
Scroll down the screen here & note how most of the listed coins are “awaiting stock” same with bullion
Is this due to sanctions on Russia ?
Probably not Distribution of silver production worldwide in 2020, by country Russia = 5%
Thus it seems that physical supply presently exceeds demand.
People are hoarding